Crochet Bondi Beach Slouchy Pattern

Crochet Bondi Beach Slouchy Pattern

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Crochet Bondi Beach Slouchy

Crochet Bondi Beach Slouchy

Trendy and in style are simple Crochet Bondi Beach Slouchy pattern. They are pretty easy to crochet. In the summertime, you can be stylish and be cool at the same time when creating slouchies with cotton yarns.

Mikey’s pattern is using Schachenmayr Sun City yarn. You will use only 2 skeins to make these light hats.

My pattern has been designed to be adjustable for different head sizes. I will give you the resources needed to resize.

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Materials

  1. Size 3.75 mm or F Size Crochet Hook
  2. 2 Skeins of Sun City by Schachenmayr.

Instructions

The beginning chain is in sets of 5. Please chain in groups of 5 until you get a chain long enough to go around your head. When trying the chain on around your head, allows for an inch of shrinkage. If you keep your chain in groups of 5, you can resize the hat for any size head.

  1. Chain in sets of 5 and measure around your head. Mikey’s hat is 75 chains. Ensure the chain is not twisted and join with a slip stitch to form a large ring.
  2. Ch 2, HDC in each chain around. Join with a Slip Stitch.
  3. Repeat Step 2
  4. Repeat Step 2
  5. Ch 3, 1 DC into the next 2 stitches, *CH 2, SKIP 2 Stitches, 1 DC into the next three stitches. Repeat * all the way around. The ending will be CH 2 and Slip Stitch into the top of the beginning CH-3.
  6. Slip Stitch 1 stitch over to the middle of the group of 3 DC’s. CH 3, *5 DC into the next gap space, 1 DC into the middle of the group of 3 DC in the round below. Repeat from * around. The ending will be Slip Stitch to the top of the beginning CH-3.
  7. Slip Stitch 2 stitches over to the 2nd DC of the group of 5 DC’s in the row below. Ch 3, 1 DC into the next 2 stitches, *CH 2, SKIP to 2nd DC of the next group of 5 DC’s in the row below, 1 DC into next three 3 Stitches. Repeat * all the way around. The ending will be CH 2 and Slip Stitch into the top of the beginning CH-3.
  8. Repeat rounds 6 & 7, 3 more times. Optional, if you would like your hat to sag more, add rounds 6 & 7, 1 or 2 more times. You will have enough yarn on your skeins to make your hats more slouchy.
  9. Repeat round 6
  10. Slip Stitch to the centre of the group of 5 DC’s in the row below. CH 3, DC twice into the same stitch as the slip stitch. *CH 2, 3 DC into the middle DC of the next group of 5 DC’s. Repeat * around. End with CH 2 to the top of the beginning CH-3.
  11. Slip stitch across to the first gap space. CH 3, 4 DC into the same gap. *5 DC’s into the next gap. Repeat * around. Ending with a Slip Stitch to the top of the beginning CH-3.
  12. Slip stitch to the centre of the group of 5 DC’s in the row below. CH 3, 1 DC into the same stitch as the slip stitch. *Ch 2, 2 DC’s into the middle stitch of the group of 5 DC’s in the row below. Repeat * around. Ending with Ch 2 and Slip Stitch to the top of the beginning CH-3.
  13. Slip stitch to the next gap space. Ch 3, 2 DC into the same gap space. *3 DC into the next gap space. Repeat * around. Ending with Slip Stitch to the top of the beginning CH-3.
  14. Slip Stitch to the middle DC of the 3 in the row below. Ch 4, *DC into the middle stitch of the next group of 3, Ch 1. Repeat * around. Ending with Slip Stitch to the 3rd Chain of the beginning Ch-4.
  15. Slip Stitch to the next gap space. Ch 3, 1 DC into the same gap. *2 DC into the next gap. Repeat * around. Slip stitch to the top of the beginning CH-3.
  16. Slip stitch into the next gap space between the groups of 2 DC. Ch 3, *2 TOG the next two stitches. Repeat * around. Slip Stitch to the top of the beginning CH-3
  17. Slip stitch to the next gap space. CH 3 and *2 TOG the next two stitches. Repeat * around.
  18. Fasten off with the long tail and use tail to sew the final top space shut.

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